Especially because I live on a Caribbean island where the first thing you see when you step off the plane is a small stand selling flavoured local Cruzan rum.
Rum is the drink of choice here, whether it’s morning or night. Ask good ol’ Captain Jack for evidence.
The Caribbean’s idyllic daydream normally involves sitting on the beach while listening to the waves and sipping a Pina Colada.
So, how does that work while you’re on vacation and want to relax with a great massage while still spending time by the pool sipping frozen drinks?
To begin, you must understand how alcohol and massage affect the body in different ways
So, when will you be able to drink
The reason for this is that your body is always trying to break down the acetaldehyde into less dangerous compounds that it can use. Getting a massage would simply push certain poisonous substances around your body, causing more pain and inflammation than relief.